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Surgical excision of one of the compound eyes from juvenile crayfish leads to the regeneration of a heteromorphic antennule in 30% of the cases. Most of the heteromorphic antennules generated this way are bifurcate appendages possessing morphologically distinct medial and lateral branches. These structures are identical to the internal and external flagella(More)
The purposes of this study were to replicate a recent report of the positive effects of hand splinting on the stereotypic hand movement of children with Rett syndrome and to evaluate the generality of these results to a different setting. Two 5-year-old girls diagnosed with early Stage-III Rett syndrome were introduced to hand splints in accordance with the(More)
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